Inhabited since the Paleolithic Age, Serbia has a complex history fraught with foreign invasions from the Celts in the 4th century to the Germans during World War 2. Today Serbia operates under a doctrine of military neutrality.
If you know anything at all about Serbian history it is probably related to the more recent Yugoslav wars where Serbs were painted as the aggressors. Evidence of the NATO bombings is still visible in Belgrade. We encourage you to separate the Serbian people from its governments and relish in the hospitality of the Serbian people.
Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, is described by Lonely Planet as “outspoken, adventurous, proud, and audacious” and is one of the most happening cities in Europe. Positioned at the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers, Belgrade has been fought over in 115 wars and has risen from the ashes 44 times.
Despite, or perhaps due to its tumultuous history, Belgrade is a vibrant center of culture, creative energy, and gritty determination. We will explore the city with the most in-the-know guides available. From the National History Museum, housing evidence of Serbia’s prehistoric origins, to the best nightclubs in Europe, Belgrade is sure to stimulate your interest.